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Iron Fist Dropship I by Quesocito Iron Fist Dropship I by Quesocito
Havoc Legion Assault Dropship. Uses Pioneer technology in the form of the Ion Pulse engines (body) as well as Thrust Jet engines (wings).

Indicated here with Left hand intake open. Right hand closed. Cockpit Glass Shields open.

Everything you see is modeled in Solidworks 2010, I don't texture anything. Even the lines on the body are modeled.

Indicated Load-Out:
2 x 15mm Vulcan Guns.
6 x Hazard Anti Tank Missiles.
24 x Wolf Pack Multipurpose Missiles.

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:icondeveboo:
Hmm, you have my attention. I'd like a demo of it's capabilities and if I find it satisfactory I'll take two, half up front and half on delivery. Got it?. Nod +fav 
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duandutoit Sep 19, 2013  Hobbyist Filmographer
this is the awesomest and coolest aircraft i have never seen beforeYay 
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acebird1234 Jul 6, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Cool very cool!
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:iconmaks-23:
Haha you sir a mad man in a good way as i always say there isnt such thing as too much details :) . Oh yes awesome model too :P
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:iconquesocito:
Quesocito May 28, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
haha thanks! :)
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clevella May 12, 2013  Professional General Artist
It is not often that I see a 3-D designed vehicle that looks functional, like is might actually fly.
I worked around helicopters for several years, so i can appreciate the detail and mechanical design.
I also like that the profile has a slight resemblance to the Osprey.
Great work!!!
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Quesocito May 14, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks hey! :) it wasnt intentionally designed to look similar to an osprey. But half way through the design i realised it did, so i just left it. I still work with helicopters ;) its my job. Thanks again though.
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clevella May 14, 2013  Professional General Artist
Your work with helicopters definitely informs your 3-d work in a very good way!
I was a mechanic in the Marines, worked on RH-53D's. It was a long time ago now, but those were some intense days.
So when do you find time to learn 3-D modeling and work on aircraft too? LOL!
Peace.
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Quesocito May 29, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks man! reckon u must've still had a good time in the marines! anyway i sent u that note.. We have so much free time especially when we deploy with the UN and do standby in other countries..
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